Arla Foods is a Danish multinational and the biggest European dairy cooperative. It is the seventh largest dairy company in the world when looking at turnover and the fourth largest in milk volume. The dairy producer has production locations in sixty countries which together produce 6.8 billion kilos of dairy products per year. In order to further improve asset performance through Arla staff, MaxGrip developed a tailor-made Master Class Maintenance and Asset Management with and for Arla. We subsequently trained and coached Arla across multiple countries on the actual usage in real-life situations.
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MaxGrip developed a fully remote (COVID-19) Master Class program that includes training, practical on-the-job assignments and coaching. All sessions are delivered by experienced MaxGrip consultants and attended by Arla teams which consist of maintenance managers and team leads of a wide variety of sites.
The participants were able to improve their technical capabilities. In addition, the Master Class Asset Management realized a more robust internal collaboration between departments and roles. The participants of the Arla Master Class Maintenance and Asset Management appreciate the combination of online training sessions with theoretical and practical elements while receiving coaching on the job. They feel more confident to promote maintenance and asset management as a business performance driver within the organization.
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